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Porn mags, traditionally something of a taboo for the media and business press, are suddenly front-page news. Industry pundits are intrigued to see whether the profits from Readers' Wives, Forum and Big Ones are enough to fund the running of a national paper. If that were not enough limelight for an industry that tends to operate in the shadows, late last month WH Smith announced it would allow several of the softer titles - Playboy and Forum, for example - to reappear on the top shelf.

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A model poses with the first issue of the Bulgarian edition of Penthouse monthly magazine in Sofia September This is the first international erotic magazine to be issued in the Balkan state after the collapse of communism in Dozens of local pornographic magazines have hit the newsstands since then.

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After 35 years in the business of titillating and offending, pornographer Al Goldstein says his magazine can't compete anymore. The audience is just as large, he says, but the Internet has transformed the product and its delivery. Just over a month ago, Goldstein stopped publishing Screw magazine and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, giving him a chance to cut costs, relaunch the magazine and refocus attention on his website. Similar pressures are seen throughout the adult publishing field.

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If you're an adult magazine publisher, you may not be able to figure out which way is up these days. As Playboy magazine celebrates its 50th anniversary this month, Penthouse magazine's publisher has filed for bankruptcy. Playboy has seen its magazine sales dip, but its online sales and subscriptions have risen.

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It Seemed an impossible act but last week Britain's leading newsagent WH Smith managed to pull it off: to enrage pornographers and the anti- porn lobby so that they joined forces to accuse the firm of hypocrisy. The condemnation came after WH Smith announced that it was to remove four leading soft-porn magazines - Penthouse, Mayfair, For Women and Playboy - from its high-street stores. But a closer look reveals thatremoving girlie magazines from its high-street branches is a drop in the ocean compared to the rest of WH Smith's commercial connection with porn.

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When Playboy first banished nudes from its website in it was apparently accompanied by an explosive uplift in traffic. The company said that the number of users quadrupled from 4 million to 16 million, and that the average age of those users dropped from 47 to "just over 30"—one of the most valuable marketing demographics. Seemingly that traffic tumescence didn't stick around.

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When Playboy announced in October of last year that it would no longer publish nude photos, company executives hinted that the last true holdout of old school analog smut had fallen victim to the internet. Flanders may be right, but even though countless free tube sites — sites that allow anyone to upload video clips without necessarily clearing it with the content creators— and porn sites that require a paid subscription are seemingly rendering analog porn an anachronism, a handful of nude publications remain on stands in truck stops and head shops. Although Penthouse recently announced the end of its print edition, smaller publications like Cheri Magazine and Barely Legal are still in circulation, and adult stores continue to stock porn DVDs.

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Unrestricted displays of pornographic magazines at retail stores are rare overseas. With the number of inbound tourists expected to increase sharply for the Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo, calls for the removal of porn magazines from convenience store shelves in Japan have been increasing. Ministop Co.

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MORE than 30 child experts are calling for a ban on the sale of pornographic magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse and other soft porn material from newsagents, milkbars, convenience stores, supermarkets and petrol stations. The group has asked censorship ministers to review the rules on which the so-called lads' mags such as PeopleThe PictureZoo and Ralph are reviewed, saying they are increasingly explicit and contributing to the sexualisation of children. They are particularly disturbed by the prevalence of ''teen sex'' magazines featuring women apparently aged more than 18 but looking younger and styled with braces and pigtails but in highly sexualised poses and sometimes performing sex acts.

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